Strange Carvings Amid the Jungle Ruins … uncovered by my favourite 1970s 54mm Airfix figure, WW2 Australian Officer, produced before the Indiana Jones films.
There is an unusually festive source for these strange and mysterious stone carvings in the South American jungles – a cheap terrain idea, crossposted from my sister blog Pound Store Plastic Warriors:
Blog posted by Mark Man of TIN 7 December 2020
There you were waiting for a bus or train that never comes and the next thing you know someone has rudely cut your head off and turned you into a terrifying Mixtec South American warrior queen …
More gruesome than the Sunday papers! Read all about it in our step by step guide with pictures at my sister blog: https://poundstoreplasticwarriors.wordpress.com/2020/11/29/im-going-to-make-you-into-a-princess-cosmetic-surgery-for-plastic-soldiers/
Blog posted by Mark Man of TIN 29 November 2020
Finally a dry warm enough day for spray varnishing in glossy toy soldier style these fabulously colourful Chintoys 54mm plastic Mixtec and Zapotec figures.
Individual pictures and conversions photographed on my Pound Store Plastic Warriors blog:
Blog posted by Mark Man of TIN 27/28 November 2020